|ZAK, Eugene H.
Eugene H. Zak, of Covina,Ca., passed away peacefully August 29, 2000
at Citrus Valley Inter-Community Hospital after a long battle with cancer.
He was 70.
Gene Zak was the beloved husband of Gig Zak for 22 years and the devoted
father of seven sons and five grandchildren. He resided in Covina for 38
years. He was a generous supporter of his community and church and was
especially dedicated to the young and to the improvement of their lives
Gene was born on Dec 30, 1929 in Yonkers, NY. He was the son of Andrew
and Victoria Zaklukiewicz, who both emigrated to the US from the Krakow
region of Poland. He grew up with three brothers in East Hartford, Connecticut.
He became a fine athlete, excelling in baeball, football, and especially
basketball and developed a love for sports that he never lost.
Gene served in the Army in Japan during the Korean War and afterwards
attended the University of Connecticut where he was a member and president
of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Upon graduation with a degree in
Business, he joined the Massachusetts Mutual Insurance co.
He married Trudy Erickson in 1957 and in addition to her one son, they
eventually had four more.
In 1962, he was selected from a pool of candidates to head up his company's
commercial real estate division in the rapidly growing California market.
His successes caught the attention of the esteemed W. Ross Cambell Co.,
of Los Angeles, and he joined the firm in 1968 as a commercial mortgage
The W. Ross Cmbell Co., financed the development of numerous commercial
properties throuout the western United States and in recognition of his
efforts over the years, Gene was promoted to Executive Vice President.
After the death of the company president, Mr. Clem Glass, in 1980, Gene
became CEO. He retired in 1988 but later srved on the Board of Directors
for various insolvent banking institutions undergoing FDIC anad RTC restructuring,
efforts that laid the foundation for future economic prosperity.
His wife, Trudy, died in 1971 and seven years later, he married Gig
Hedrick ,of Covina, and her two sons joined his family.
Gene was especially devoted to Little League Baseball and spent almost
25 years as a manager and coach, working to positively influence the lives
of young players. Several of his all-star teams advanced through the playoffs
to receive statewide recognition. his efforts were recognized in 1984 when
the Covina National Little League named their field after him. His integrity,
his optimism, his generosity, his humor and his friendship will be sorely
missed by the many that knew him.
Gene is survived by his wife, Gig, his brother, John; his sons, Ken,
Jonathan, Christopher, Brent, Corey, Todd and David; his daughters-in-law,
Debbie, Sue and Paige, and his grandchildren Robert, Melissa, Samantha,
Noah and Jacob.
A memorial service will take place at 3 PM on Wed., September 6, 2000
at the First Presbyterian Church of Covina, 310 North Second St., Covina.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Make A Wish Foundation
or the Friends of Music Foundation at the First Presbyterian Church Second
Henrietta (Howe) Vail
MRS. WILLIAM J. VAIL OF NORTH SALEM, WESTCHESTER COUNTY NEW YORK
Jan. 28th Mrs. William Vail passed away very unexpectedly to us all.
She leaves two orphan boys, one at a very tender age, who must hereafter
deeply feel her loss. She was interested in all that pertains to the welfare
of society and the church. She was sensitevely conscientious and devoutly
faithful in all her relations and acts. Her good services and genial companionship
will be missed in our circles. She was so original and individual that
no one can fill her place or do her work. We lament her death, but trust
her new life id for the richer and more complete.
From the February 3, 1882 Ridgefield Press
Mary Boyle Hoar
YONKERS TIMES 1938
Mrs. Patrick Hoar
Mrs. Mary Hoar of 14 Cornell Avenue, a resident of Yonkers for 50 years,
died Saturday morning at her home after a long illness. She was sixty seven.
Born in County Waterford, Ireland, May 20, 1871, a daughter of the
late Patrick and Bridget Morrissey Boyle, she settled in Yonkers 50 years
She was married to Patrick Hoar Sept. 14, 1898 at St. Joseph’s Church
by the late Rev. Henry F. Xavier.
Surviving besides her husband are four sons, James, Joseph, Thomas
and Francis, and two daughters, Miss Helen Hoar and Mrs. John H. Brady,
all of Yonkers; a brother Maurice of Ireland; two sisters, Mrs. John Fitzgerald
of this city and Miss Nora Boyle of Ireland, and seven grandchildren.
The funeral will be held tomorrow from the Home at 9:30 A.M. A solemn
high mass of requiem will be celebrated at 10 A. M. at St. Denis Church
and burial will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.
Yonkers Herald, October 30, 1922.
James Boyle of 45 Mulford Street, who for a number of years was employed
as a laborer in the Department of Public Works, died this morning at the
Municipal Hospital, where he had been a patient only a short time.
He was the husband of the late Bridget Welch Boyle, who died here about
17 years ago. Mr. Boyle was born in Ireland and had lived in this city
about 30 years. He was 49 years of age, and a devoted member of St. Joseph's
He is survived by three sons, Patrick, Thomas and James Boyle; two
daughters, the Misses Mary and Katherine Boyle of this city; a brother,
Morris Boyle of Ireland and three sisters, Mrs. Patrick Hoar and Mrs. John
Fitzgerald, of Yonkers, and Miss Nora Boyle, of Ireland.
Miss Sarah Ellen Ryder
Miss Sarah Ellen Ryder died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Washburne
Ryder on Sunset Hill last Saturday. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs David
Ryder, born in Ossining 85 years ago. Survived by three sisters and one
brother, Mrs. Jemima Haytt of Chappaqua, Mrs. Mary E. Bryant of Pocantico
Hills, Mrs. Julia Bedell of Boston, and Willett B. Ryder of Wisconsin.
Services by Rev. Mr. Boyd of Ossining chapel. Interment at Chappaqua.
From Democratic Register Feb. 24, 1912, Saturday
DEPEW, Charlotte (Young)
Mrs. Charlotte Depew, widow of the late Robert Depew died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Hoyt, on Wednesday afternoon last.
Deceased was the daughter of Ephraim and Elizabeth Young, and was born
in Dutchess County seventy-seven years ago. She had resided in Ossining
for about forty years.
Five children survive her. They are Mrs. Hoyt, Mrs. Bayard Tompkins,
Mrs. John Orser, and Mrs. William Mack, of this village, and John Depew
of New York.
Funeral services were held from Ossining Chapel yesterday (Friday)
afternoon at half-past two o’clock, Rev. Wallace Harold Finch, pastor of
the Highland Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating, and the interment
was in Dale Cemetery.
(Democratic Register, Ossining, NY, October 1, 1904)
ORSER, Joseph B. (obituary)
Obit of Joseph B. Orser
Died April 24, 1885
Sing Sing, (NY), April 25, 1885
FATAL ACCIDENT- Yesterday (Friday) afternoon about two o’clock, as
Joseph E. (sic) Orser, a well-known citizen of the town of New Castle,
while engaged in lowering a box in an excavation intended as a sink to
a water closet on the premises owned by him on Spring Street, in this village,
fell into the excavation and broke his neck, and died instantly. The deceased
was 72 years of age and leaves a widow and a large family of grown-up children.
Coroner Sutton held an inquest, Dr. Madden made an examination and
found the neck of the unfortunate man broken, and a verdict in accordance
with the above facts was rendered by the jury.
From the Republican, Thursday, April 30, 1885………….The funeral services
were held from the Union Church, about two miles from this village, on
Sunday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Hare officiating. …………He was a well-to-do farmer
and owned several pieces of property in this vicinity.
[His parents were Joseph Orser and Deborah Brady. (daughter of Ruben
Brady and Elizabeth Kniffin)]
Floyd A. Waterbury, Sr.
Floyd A. Waterbury died yesterday afternoon at Phelps Memorial Hospital
after an illness of two months.
Mr. Waterbury started the Waterbury Funeral Home in 1906, which he
ran for 52 years. Last year the funeral firm at 45 S. Highland Ave. became
the Waterbury and Kelly Funeral Home. Mr. Waterbury was a partner at the
time of his death.
Mr. Waterbury was born in Woodstock, NY May 30, 1880, the son of Charles
and Agnes Shultis Waterbury. He came to Ossining in 1902.
Mr. Waterbury was the founder and first president of the Ossining Kiwanis
Club. In 1949, he was Lt. Govenor of Division 11 of New York District Kiwasis
International. He was also a past grand representive of Westchester Commandery
42, Knights Templar, a member of Radium Lodge
844, a member of the Elks, Steamer Company, Yorktown Grange, and the
Sons of the American Revolution.
Mr. Waterbury belonged to the First Presbyterian Church of Ossining
and the Men's Club at the church.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Luella Chadeayne, a son by a former marriage,
Floyd A. Waterbury, Jr. of Scotsville, NY, and one granddaughter, Carolyn
Also surviving ia a brother, Dr. Earl C. Waterbury of Newburgh.
The body will repose at the Waterbury and Kelly Funeral Home, Masonic
services will be conducted at the funeral home on Tuesday evening.
Funeral services will be at the funeral home on Wednesday afternoon
with the Rev. Victor Baer officiating. Mr. Baer assisted by Rev. Benjamin
Burial will be at Dale Cemetery.
September 28, 1959
Edwin C. Lowe
Edwin C. Lowe, 93 of 7 Pleasantville Road, died last night at Ossining
Hospital. A native of Corum, LI. Born September 12, 1852, lived in Ossining
85 years. Survived by his former wife, Henrietta Ryder, two daughters,
Mrs. Violet Goatley of 7 Pleasantville Rd., Mrs. Marion L. Waterbury of
Briarcliff, a son Harry C. Lowe of 66 Croton Ave. and a grandson, Floyd
A. Waterbury, Jr. of Briarcliff. Service by Frank Otheman Reed of the First
Presbyterian Church. Interment at Fair Ridge cemetery Chappaqua.
Citizen Register, December 19, 1945
Caroline Acker Ryder
Caroline Acker Ryder, age 97, died at the home of David Chadeayne,
Pinesbridge Road yesterday. Born in Ossining September 14, 1849 to Jesse
and Catherine Acker, lived here all her life. Her husband Edward A. died
several years age.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Edwin Lowe, a sister, Mrs. Ida Chadeayne.
Service by Rev. Gibson W. Harris of Trinity Church. Interment at Fair Ridge
Citizen Register, July 8, 1937
Minnie Doty (wife of Frank)
Yonkers Herald-Statesman, February 26, 1936
Mrs. Frank Doty
Mrs. Minnie M. Doty, wife of former Patrolman Frank Doty, retired member
of the Yonkers Police Department, died yesterday at her home, 553 Van Cortlandt
Park Avenue, after an illness of three weeks.
Mrs. Doty, who had been in failing health for two years, was sixty-two
years old. She was a native of New York City, a daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. William Garrison, and attended public schools of New York. She
had been a resident of Yonkers since 1900.
Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Frederick and Frank Doty,
Jr., five grandchildren, all of this city, and one brother, William Garrison,
Funeral services will be held at her late residence Friday at 2 pm.
the Rev. Bertram Mortlock, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Chapel, Nepera
Park, will officiate. Interment will take place in Mount Hope Cemetery.
Yonkers Herald-Statesman, Wednesday February 26, 1936
Funeral services were held Monday at 10 AM for Artim Korin of 26 Parsons
Street, a resident of Yonkers for 45 years, who died Saturday at his home
after a short illness. A requiem mass was offered at St. Michael's Ukranian
Church, Chestnut St. Burial took place in the family plot, Oakland Cemetery.
Mr. Korin was the husband of the late Mrs. Anastasia Urban Korin of
this city. He was a native of Galicia, Poland, and for many years had been
employed by the Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Company; he was also a
former employee of the National Sugar Refinery. His wife died 18 years
He was a member of St. Michael's Church and the Ukranian National Union.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Maria Kramarchuk, the Misses Helen
and Anna Korin; four sons, John, Michael, Milton and Andrew Korin, all
of Yonkers. One granddaughter also survives.
Tessie Korin died in Yonkers December 29, 1972.
Born May 1, 1889 in Galicia, Austria to Fedor Wilcha and Martha Obuch.
Worked as a weaver for Alexander Smith Carpet Co.
Survived by children, Alexander Korin, Leo Korin, and Mrs. Elsie Franchek.
Also survived by a niece, Mrs. Anna Dzubak of Yonkers. Tessie had 3 grandchildren
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Andrew Korin of Galicia, Austria, died in Yonkers January 28, 1952
at the age of 72. He was a resident of Yonkers for about 55 years, and
married Tessie Wilcha in 1902 at St. Michael's Ukranian Catholic Church.
He was an employee of Alexander Smith Co., retired after 49 and a half
years of service. Surviving besides his children, (Alexander Korin, Leo
Korin, and Elsie Franchek)is a sister, Mrs. Josephine Zerillo of Yonkers.
Andrew had 3 grandchildren when he died.
Yonkers Herald Statesman - March 2, 1959
Was Waring Hat Employee
Joseph Yaskowitz, eighty-five, a retired employee of the old Waring
Hat Factory and later of Alexander Smith Inc., died yesterday at his home
at 522 Saw Mill River Road.
Mr. Yaskowitz had also been a railroad employee in Pennsylvania where
he lived two years on first coming to this country from his native Bardfelt,
Austria-Hungary 69 years ago.
After working as an inspector with Waring, he worked several years
as a groundskeeper on an Ardsley estate, where he gained proficiency in
gardening and since that time cultivated an extensive garden at his home.
He then joined the old Smith mills as a wool drier in the dye department
and worked there until closing of the Yonkers mills.
Surviving are his wife, Julia Kurucz Yaskowitz, whom he married here
in 1902; six children, Albert, Andrew, Miss Julia Yaskowitz and Mrs. Alexander
(Anna) Koran, all of Yonkers; Victor of Lima, Ohio, and Mrs. James (Frances)
Sadewhite of Valhalla; a brother, John of Masontown, Pa., seven grandchildren
and a great-grandchild.
Yonkers Herald Statesman - 18 January 1963
Mrs. Joseph Yoskowitz - Widow of Inspector
Mrs. Julia Yoskowitz, 80, of 522 Saw Mill River Road died yesterday
at her home after a long illness. She was the widow of Joseph Yoskowitz,
who at his death in 1959 was a retired Waring Hat factory inspector.
Mrs. Yoskowitz was born in Lippansky, Austria-Hungary, July 12, 1882,
a daughter of the late Andrew Kuruc and Maria Stroncer Kuruc. She came
to this country 61 years ago. She was a communicant of St. Bartholomew's
Surviving are three daughters, Miss Julia Yoskowitz of the home address;
Mrs. Alexander (Anna) Koran, also of Yonkers, and Mrs. James (Frances)
Sadewhite of Valhalla; three sons, Albert and Andrew of Yonkers and Victor
of Hudson, Ohio; a brother, Donald Kuruc of New York City; a sister Anna
of Yonkers; seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Jacob A. Hess
Jacob Albert Hess age 86 born July 1, 1913 died December 2, 1999. Born
on City Island, Bronx, N. Y. Mr. Hess was one of four children of Jacob
J. Hess and Louise Bernhardt Hess. His brothers Elmer (born 1909 d. 1950)
and Louis (b. 1911 d. July 27, 1999) and sister Helen (b. 1918 d. 1924).
"Jack" married Edna Peet and had one child Albert Hess (b. 7-21-32)He and
his second wife, Julia V. Uebelacker (b. 5-28-12 d. 4-18-91)married 2-13-38.
Three children: Jack Hess (b. 6-28-39) Henry Hess (b. 9-23-42) and Louise
Hess (b. 10-19-45) Jack was a Mt Vernon N.Y. Firefighter for 28 years (1943-71)
Mr. Hess leaves 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Services held
at St. Mary Star of the Sea with interment at Pelham Cemetery on City Island
December 8, 1999.
Cieslinski, Albert G. (Wojciech/Adalbert)
Albert G. Cieslinski, of 23 Summit Street (Yonkers), died yesterday
(January 26, 1930) morning at 9:15 o'clock at St. John's Riverside Hospital
following an illness of more than three weeks, the result of a paralytic
stroke. The deceased was 72 years of age, born in Poland. He came to this
country 43 years ago and resided in Haverstraw, NY for about 10 years.
From there he moved to Yonkers and was employed by the Smith Carpet Co.
Besides his wife, Magdalen Chwalna Cieslinski, he leaves two sons,
Samuel and Michael and three daughters, Mrs. Lottie Zygarlowski, Mrs. Agnes
Zygarlowski and Mrs. Mary Estock.
Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday (Janury 29, 1930)
morning with a high Mass of requiem at St. Casimir's Roman Catholic Church.
Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery.
The Yonkers Herald, January 27, 1930
Funeral services will be held tomorrow (September 17, 1935) for Mrs.
Magdalen (Chwalna) Cieslinski of 23 Summit Stsreet, who died Friday (September
13, 1935) in St. John's Riverside Hospital, after an illness of several
months with diabetes. She was seventy-five years old. A requiem high mass
will be offered at St. Casimir's Church at 10:15. Burial will take place
in the family plot, St. Joseph's Cemetery.
Mrs. Cieslinski was a native of Poland and had been a resident of Yonkers
for 38 years. Before coming to this city she had made her home in Haverstraw
for 17 years. She was a member of the Rosary Society of St. Casimir's Church.
Her husband Wojciech Cieslinski, died five years ago (January 26, 1930).
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Lottie Zygarlowski, Mrs. Mary Estock,
both of this city (Yonkers); Mrs. Frank Zygarlowski of Milwaukee, two sons,
Samuel and Michael, both of Yonkers. Eighteen grandchildren, and three
great-grandchildren also survive.
The Herald Stateman, Monday, September 16, 1935
Julian Sokolik, a founder of St. Casimir's Church and father-in-law
of Michael Cieslinski, retired manager of the Central Avenue branch of
the Post Office, died yesterday (October 16, 1947) at Stone Ridge, NY,
in his eighty-fourth year.
Mr. Sokolik, who made his home with his son-in-law and daughter (Anna),
moved with them to Stone Ridge a year and a half ago, when Mr. Cieslinski
retired from government service.
Born in Poland, Mr. Sokolik came to this country in his youth and had
lived in Yonkers for 50 years. He worked for the Alexander Smith and Sons
Carpet Company for much of that time. He helped organize St. Casimir's
parish and rasied funds for the construction of its first church on Nepperhan
Avenue. He was a charter member of its St. Stanislaus Society. He belonged
also to the Lancers Society of the Polish National Alliance.
Besides his daughter, Mrs. Cieslinski, Mr. Sokolik leaves a son, Joseph
A. Sokolik of Yonkers, another daughter, Mrs. Matthew Jablonski of Ford
City, PA, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The Herald Statesman, Yonkers, NY, October 17, 1947
MARTIN V. KELLEY
White Plains, N.Y., Feb. 23 - Martin V. Kelley of the North Gate Apartments,
Scarsdale, a retired New York advertising executive, died here today in
a nursing home at the age of 83.
Surviving are his widow, Helen (Matilda NELSON); a daughter, Mrs. Raymond
R. Beatty (Bernice) of Scarsdale, and a son, John N. Kelley of Hollywood,
New York Times, February 24, 1955. Section 27, Column 3.
Kelly, Mrs Joanna
Kelly, Mrs Joanna, wife of Samuel Kelly of West Farms died suddenly,
in her 51st year (July 9,1814)
West Hurley - Ulster County, NY- Roberta Kirk of Broad Street, died
Saturday, November 11, 2000, at Columbia Memorial Hospital in Hudson.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lasher Funeral Home, 100
Tinker St., Woodstock.
Calvin Earl Maxim
November 10, 2000
North Blenheim - Calvin Earl Maxim, the owner and operator of Maxim
Logging, died Friday November, 10, 2000 in Middleburgh. He was 28.
He had previously worked for the Clem Caron logging operation in North
Blenheim and worked for 12 years at Kratochvil's Saw Mill.
He participated in several regional loggong courses and conservation
efforts, often receiving the highest awards. He was a quiet, gentle and
loving husband and father who enjoyed model building and watching professional
He was born May 25, 1972, in Delhi, a son of Wayne Maxim of Jefferson
and Ethel Goodchild Kratochvil of Gilboa.
Survivors include his wife, Carol Manon Maxim; a stepfather, Raymond
Kratochvil of Gilboa; a daughter, Callie, at home; two sisters, Denise
Rose and Michelle Mattice, both of Gilboa; two brothers Berton of North
Blenheim and Wayne of Prattsville; several stepbrothers and sisters; neices
and nephews; aunts and uncles.
A service to celebrate his life will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday at the
Grand Gorge United Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert Nash officiating.
Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Grand Gorge. Arrangements are by the
E. B. Gormley Funeral Home, Main Street, Phoenicia - Ulster County.
November 30, 1939
Rifton - Ulster County, NY - Tigar - At Rifton, New York, Thursday,
November 30, 1939, Charles, beloved husband of Sarah Moshler Tigar, devoted
father of Mrs. Joseph Yost, Mrs. Robert Fulton, Walter and Harriet Tigar.
Funeral services will be held at his late residence, Rifton, New York,
Sunday at 2 pm. Internment in Rosendale Plains Cemetery.
November 29, 1939
Kingston - Ulster County, NY - Grosfent - William, on Wednesday, November
29, 1939, husband of the late Margaret (nee McGrath) Grosfent, brother
of Mrs. Leonard Ottendorf of Schenectady, NY, Mrs. Catherine Freer of Jersey
City, NJ, Miss Betty Donovan of Kingston and Mrs. Edward Miller of North
Bergen , NJ., uncle of Catherine and Ellen McGrath of Kingston.
Funeral will be held from his late home, 45 Smith Avenue, Saturday
morning at 9:30 o'clock, thence to St. Mary's Church where a solemn high
Mass of requiem will be offered for the repose of his soul at 10 am. Internment
in St. Mary's Cemetery.
William Grosfent, husband of the late Margaret (nee McGrath) Grosfent
died at his home 45 Smith Avenue, Wednesday evening following a brief illness.
A section foreman on the West Shore Railroad, directing track and maintenance
operations along the Lake Katrine section of the road, Mr. Grosfent, retired
four years ago from those duties after having spent 55 continous years
in that employment. Funeral services will be held from his late home on
Smith Avenue on Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock thence to St. Mary's Church
where a solemn high Mass of requiem will be offered for his soul at 10
am. Burial will be in the family plot in St. Mary's Cemetery. Surviving
are four sisters, Mrs. Leonard Ottendorf of Schnectady, Mrs. Catherine
Freer of Jersey City, Miss Betty Donovan of Kingston and Mrs. Edward Miller
of North Bergen, NJ, two nieces Catherine and Ellen McGrath, of Kingston.
Fraternally Mr. Grosfent was a member of the Brotherhgood of Railroad Trainmen.
Joseph L. Jones
March 12, 1960
West Park - Ulster County, NY - Jones - At West Park, NY, Saturday,
March 12, 1960, Joseph L. Jones, husband of Mary E. McCarthy Jones; father
of Joseph, Vincent W. and William F. Jones; Mrs. Hans Jerstad, Mrs. Donald
Sullivan, Mrs. John Busick and Mrs. John Bonesteel; brother of William
Jones and Mrs. Effie Quinn.
Funeral will be held from the Francis J. McCardle Funeral Home, 99
Henry Street, Tuesday at 9:15 am thence to the Church of the Ascension
at West Park, where a Mass of requiem will be offered at 10 am. Internment
in the Church of the Ancension Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral
home Sunday and Monday evenings 7 to 9.
Joseph L. Jones, 71, a well known resident of West Park died at his
home today following a brief illness. Prior to retirement, he was employed
by West Shore Division of New York Central Railroad. Surviving are his
wife, the former Mary E. McCarthy; three sons, Joseph of El Monte, Calif.,
Vincent W. and William F. Jones of West Park; four daughters, Mrs. Hans
Jerstad of Poughkeepsie, Mrs. Donald Sullivan of Peekskill; Mrs. John Busick
of West Park and Mrs. John Bonesteel of Schenectady; a brother William
Jones of Poughkeepsie; a sister Mrs. Effie Quinn of West Park; also, 21
grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held
from Francis J. McCardle Funeral Home, 99 Henry Street Tuesday at 9:15
am thence to the Church of the Ascension, West Park where at 10 am a Mass
of requiem will be offered. Burial will be in the Church of the Ascension
Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday and Monday evening
from 7 to 9.
Lacey S. Burger
March 11, 1960
Kingston - Ulster County, NY - Burger - Of this city, at Albany, NY,
March 11, 1960. Lacey S. Burger, husband of Lucy D. Burger; father fo Miss
Margaret O. Burger, Mrs. Alice Garritt, and step-father of Mrs. Catherine
Fassbender; brother of Irving, Howard and Guernsey Burger Sr., Mrs. Viola
Phillips, Mrs. Arellia Lasher, Mrs. Goldie Meeson and Mrs. Chattie Ec.
Friends may call at the W. N. Conner Funeral Home, Inc., 296 Fair Street,
Sunday and Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm, where funeral services will
be held Tuesday, March 15, 1960, at 10:30 am. Internment in Chrisey Cemetery,
Town of Rochester.
Grace H. Slater
February 7, 1982
Kerhonkson - Ulster County, NY - Slater, Grace H., at rest February
7, 1982, of Kerhonkson. Beloved mother of Mrs. Merlin (Carol) Olsen, Mrs.
Donald (Genevieve) Sahler, dear sister of Mrs. Florence Boice, Mrs. Blanche
Davenport, Mrs. Dorothy Howard and Dr. Philip Hover. Five grandchildren,
three great grandchildren, nieces and nephews also survive.
Cremation will be at the discretion of the family. Memorial services
will be held Thursday 1 pm at H.B. Humiston Funeral Home, Kerhonkson. Final
internment will be in Tongore Cemetery, Olive Bridge. In lieu of flowers
memorials are requested to the Kerhonkson - Accord First Aide Squad. There
will be no visitation.
February 5, 1982
West Hurley - Ulster County, NY - February 5, 1982, Lydia Russell,
formerly of Route 375, West Hurley. Sister of the late Annette Russell,
aunt of Edgar Russell, Barbara Russell Haines and Ruth Reel.
Funeral services Tuesday 11 am at the Lasher Funeral Home Inc., Woodstock.
Internment in Woodstock Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home
Monday from 7 - 8 pm.
February 6, 1982
Kingston - Ulster County, NY - Kubicek, Emma of 111 Downs St., on February
6, 1982. Wife of the late Rudolph Kubicek, mother of Mrs. Elsie Dykes,
Mrs. Marie Kennedy, and Arthur Kubicek. Three grandchildren, five great
grandchildren, three nieces and one nephew also survive.
Reposing at the Frank H. Simpson Funeral Home, 411 Albany Ave. Funeral
services will be held on Tuesday at 11 am, the Rev. Alvin Messersmith will
officiate. Burial in St. Peter's Cemetery. Friends amy call today 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 pm. In lieuof flowers please send donations to the Trinity
Evangelical Lutheran Church, 163 West Chestnut St.
February 7, 1982
West Hurley - Ulster County, NY - Nellie O'Leary, 92, formerly of Rte.
375, died Sunday at the Hutton Nursing Home after a long illness.
Born in Massachusetts, Nov. 14, 1889, Miss O'Leary was a secretary
in Rochester for many years before her retirement.
There are no survivors.
An aunt, Margaret Bunnell, of West Hurley, predeceased her in 1973.
Services will be Tuesday at 7:30 am at the Lasher Funeral Home, Woodstock.
At 8 am a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at St. John's Parish
Center, West Hurley. Burial will be in Woodstock Cemetery.